Prime Minister Narendra Modi returned to India on Tuesday after a productive two-day visit to Japan, during which he held bilateral meetings with the Quad leaders, including US President Joe Biden, to strengthen cooperation among the influential grouping members and discuss developments in the strategic Indo-Pacific region.
India, the United States, Japan, and Australia make up the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue. On the fringes of the conference, Modi met with US President Biden, Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida, and new Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese in separate bilateral sessions.
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“I’m leaving Japan following a fruitful tour that included participation in a variety of bilateral and multilateral programs. It’s encouraging to watch the Quad develop into a lively forum for world good.
All of the Quad leaders had fantastic bilateral discussions as well “In a tweet, Modi stated.
“I had a great time talking with Japanese business executives and interacting with the lively Indian community in Japan. I appreciate the warm welcome from the Japanese government and people “he stated.